EXECUTIVE & EMPLOYEE WORKSHOPS Corporate Financial EducationCorporate Curricula73% of employees surveyed are very interested in having their employer provide programs to help them make decisions about their financial needs*. Our Path of ConfidenceTM corporate curricula program has become an appealing option for many business owners, as an added corporate financial wellness benefit for their employees. We combine decades of collective experience to bring significant value to every level of an organization including leadership teams and individual employees.Integration Into Existing BenefitsWe understand the need to vet any program or benefit you consider offering to your management and employees. Our pilot assessment program is structured to allow you and your leadership team to audition the educational workshop before a wider presentation to your company.Speaking & WorkshopsWe are often called upon to offer strategies in a wide range of group settings: speaking before businesses, community event participation, and localized financial workshops. Contact us for availability and more information. We believe education is the foundation of good planning. That is why we have taken decades of individual financial strategies and put them into a group curricula program. FINANCIAL STRESS & WORKMultiple surveys offer ample evidence of the impact of financial stress at work. One in five employees admit they skipped work in the past year to deal with a financial problem.24% of workers admit their personal finances have been a distraction at work39% of those workers spend at least three hours each week either thinking about or dealing with financial problems at work.Overall, 40% of employees say that they want help in achieving financial security. And that number is much higher (81%) for workers saying financial problems have affected their productivity.* 2014 Consumer Financial Protection Bureau study: Financial wellness at work: a review of promising practices and policies. Start a Conversation Name Email Phone Question Thank you! Oops!